Taming the Wild Horse: Riding the Energy of Emotions with Acharya Dale Asrael
Acharya Dale Asrael
May 27–31, 2010
Anger, jealousy, and other emotions can either trap us in struggle or open us to the direct experience of awakening. This retreat will offer techniques to expose the core belief structures that perpetuate emotional confusion, and meditation practices that lead to the development of insight. These practices will reveal how even the most painful emotions can be the basis for developing compassion for ourselves and others and give us glimpses of the pure energy that is the essence of emotion.
Prior meditation retreat experience recommended.
Acharya Dale Asrael has been leading meditation retreats internationally since 1980, focusing on the practices of the three yanas of Buddhadharma. An associate professor at Naropa University in the Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Buddhist Studies and Contemplative Education departments, she also trains meditation instructors who wish to serve in hospices, prisons and homeless shelters.
Note: In the event of inclement weather, registrants for cabin tent accommodations will have their registration changed to the seasonal dorm.
Acharya Dale Asrael leads retreats and meditation programs internationally. She was appointed Dean of Meditation Instructors for Shambhala International by Sakyong Mipham, Rinpoche. Dale studies qigong with, and has been authorized to teach by, Daoist lineage-holder Eva Wong. Dale is an Associate Professor at Naropa University, in the Mindfulness-based Transpersonal Counseling Psychology and Master of Divinity programs. She is the founder and teacher of Naropa’s Mindfulness Instructor Training program.
Financial aid is available for this program.